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Saraya Skies Appoints Managing Director

Luxury air carrier Saraya Skies has made several high level appointments coinciding with its participation in the European Business Aviation Convention (EBAC), the world’s largest aviation exhibition.   

Bilal Yousaf was appointed Managing Director and Ivan Tehaghapsao were appointed Sales and Marketing Director.  Prior to joining Saraya Skies, Yousaf held management positions with several leading aviation companies including Future Jets where he was President and CEO, and Royal Jet.   Yousaf expressed confidence that Saraya Skies will become the “premier luxury private aviation operator” offering an unmatched flying experience to all customers.

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